Thursday, October 13, 2016

Spade Racing Movie Previews: Autumn Edition


With the weather turing a bit cooler, the leaves falling off the trees, people getting way too excited over college football, it’s obviously fall.  Hollywood is joining in with some excellent distractions for any of those dreary, 50-degree days, and here’s some with a Nascar-theme to them:

The Accountant—Nascar executives try to convince the bean-counters at Fortune 500 companies that sponsoring their series is anything but a gigantic waste of money.

Max Steel—Tony Stewart decides to go out in a blaze of glory and anger, attempting to wreck every single driver at Homestead with his solid-metal car.

Priceless—Comparing what Matt Kenseth said about Kyle Busch to what he says now that he’s a teammate of his?  Priceless.

Jack Reacher: Never Go Back—Jack Roush tries to reach back into his past to revitalize his race team, but after a meeting with Ted Musgrave, he discovers its true—he can never go back.

Keeping Up with the Joneses—A dozen Nascar journalists compete in a “Cannonball Run”-style race to interview Buckshot Jones for a “Where Are They Now?” column.


31—Mike Skinner’s Cup carer is documented in this horror movie.